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spies have just arrived in the u.s. completing the journey from russia. the plane landed moments ago at dulles international airport in the washington area. their return completes the spy swap with echoes of the cold war that also sent ten russian agents who have been living here in the u.s. back to moscow. for a look at how it all went down today, here is correspondent david lee miller in new york. >> reporter: less than two weeks after they were arrested, ten convicted russian spies are now in moscow. without any fanfare, their plane touched down at one of the city's airports. for most on board, including anna chapman, it was a return home. but for vicky, polalles, likely to be a stop on her way to native peru. all expelled from the u.s. after pleading guilty to a single charge of conspiracy to act as foreign agent. in exchange for their release, russia set free four prisoner, three former kgb about and arms controlled researcher. four russian prisoners with flown to air force base in england where two of the russians were dropped off before the plane headed back to the u.s. a russ
u.s. spy swap in decades. fox 5's maureen umeh here now with the details. >> reporter: brian, experts say this entire episode shows that even though the cold war between russia and the u.s. ended, information gathering never really stopped and now that the spy swap is complete, both countries are reevaluating the strengths and weaknesses of their espionage programs. it took less than two hours to complete. a spy swap the likes of which hasn't been seen in years going down on a remote airport runway in vienna, austria friday. ten russian spies swapped for four convicted u.s. spies. one plane heading directly to moscow. the other first to an air force base in southern england where two of the four u.s. spies were dropped off. then on to dulles airport. counterterrorism expert larry johnson says it may all look intriguing but what happened is standard. >> this was saturday of a traditional cold war deal where we gave up people that they wanted and we got people back that we wanted. we go back on as business as usual. >> reporter: white house officials say the deal had been in th
. coming up next on abc 7 news, did the u.s. enter in a deal with russia? coming up. >> showers are in the >> tghe nation's second in command says the u.s. got the better end of the deal with the spy plane deal with russian. in the deal, 10 spies sent back to russia after beniing detained for conspiracy charges in return for 4 u.s. spies. >> let me ask you -- do we have any spies that hot? [laughter] it doesn't matter if they get sent back. >> they were sent back from an airport tarmac in vienna. yesterday was mr. biden's first appearance on leno since becoming vice-president. the haitian earthquake's aftermath -- rebuilding has been slow, and the country's medical system is shattered. on a lighter note, let's talk about the weather. we have some rain, which we needed, and relief along with it. >> temperatures only in the 80's for a high today. [laughter] >> that is good. >> let's see what it looks like. look at the gray, look at the rain. off-and-on showers, not as heavy in some locations. late afternoon and early evening hours are rather clear. here is a look at live super dop
in u.s. military spending. they write this in a joint article. "we may not agree on what to do with the estimated $1 trillion in savings, but we do agree that nothing -- we do agree that nothing either of us cares diply about will be possible if we do not begin to face this issue now." representatives frank and paul are joining us together from their respective states. congressman, thanks very much for coming in. how did you guys team up to call for this massive cut in u.s. military spending? congressman paul? >> well, the two of us have talked about this over the years. barne was motivated to come to me and ask me about this, about setting up a commission to do the study. set out a program. and it's not going to happen tomorrow. it's a ten-year program. he asked me if i'd be interested in doing a little bit more work. i obviously agreed to do that. i've almost looking for an opportunity to bring progressive democrats together with conse e conservative libertarian types because there are places where we can agree. >> let's talk about the specifics you have in mind. congressman
a little while ago a plane carrying several men accused of spying for the u.s. landed in washington. another plane carrying ten russian secret agents had landed in moscow earlier today. we're going to tell you exactly how the whole thing went down. >>> and then a little later, a new blow for actor mel gibson after a charge ever domestic violence. has the hollywood star gone too far this time? we are going to begin with our number one story. the biggest spy swap since the cold war. sound like something out of a hollywood block buster, but we learned today the script for this story came from a highest levels of our government. >> reporter: straight from the cold war today, two planes nose to tail in a european airfield. a spy swap. >> a dramatic transfer shrouded in secrecy. you had ten alleged russian spies traded for four men held in russia on charges of spying for the west. >> reporter: last night the russians deported from america after pleading guilty to acting as unregistered foreign agents. >> from a distance waiting vans could be seen shuttling the former captives from one pla
of that russian spy ring are back in moscow. the four russian citizens are free and went to u.s. and england. the plane carrying two of the russians landed at dulles airport at about 5:30 last night. jackie bensen has the details. >> reporter: the scene came straight out of a spy novel, a chartered jet landed on the tarmac at dulles airport. it was met by a motorcade of dark shiny vehicles filled with people whose job is not to be seen. the exchange of spies between washington and moscow is the latest chapter in a story that many thought ended with the cold war. last week americans expressed surprise when it was learned fbi agents arrested ten alleged russian spies, three of them were living and working in the shadow of the nation's capital. they are more accurately described as agents of influence. >> they can infiltrate the top levels of our policy making, and decision making government and can be far more damaging than a spy stealing a technical secret in silicon valley. >> reporter: intelligence officials said the ten lived in the u.s. for years. they transmitted no information back to r
, the u.s. justice department filing a lawsuit against arizona immigration law. allows police to stop someone to check their immigration status and makes it a crime for legal immigrants not to carry their documents. you know, every time this law gets described and sometimes we're guilty of it here on fox, it's always a tough new immigration law. how are the politics of this affecting the coverage? >> well, i think the media are pretty much against the state of arizona on this. but i think most interesting media angle hasn't really gotten enough attention was developed by a fellow named evan mcmorris santoro writing for talking points. the losers are the arizona democrats. they wanted this issue to go away and obviously, obama administration was not consulting with them because they're all going to get wiped out in november because they look like they're stooges for the national liberals who are opposing a law that's very popular, not only in arizona, but around the country. >> i think that kirsten wants to jump in on that and i want to ask this question. jan brewer, governor in arizon
>>> the the big swap is complete. russian spies traded for men accused for spying for the u.s. and britain. how this is opening a new chapter in d.c.'s relations with moscow. >>> fake i.d. a 19-year-old is accused of dressing up as a metrobus driver and driving a bus. >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "news4 today." aaron gilchrist has the morning off. you'll see him this evening. it's saturday, july 10, 2010. first a quick check on our forecast. chuck bell is joining us life in the studio. you spent the last few days floating in water? >> i went out to rehoboth beach when it was 102 degrees here and i floated out. >>> were you floating with jellyfish? >> no. outside on a saturday morning, clouds have finally moved back in and a little needed rainfall as well. we're way behind in rainfall for the year. temperatures in the mid-to high 70s now. here's a live look at doppler. rain showers to the blue ridge mountains. no heavy rain. can't rule out a little thunder. nope severe weather. rain will linger longer in the bay and tout the eastern shore. heading out to the baseball
with at least two of the four people convicted of spying for the u.s. they were exchanged for ten confessed russian acts busted on u.s. -- agents busted on u.s. soil. >> reporter: less than two weeks after they were arrested ten convicted russian spies are now in moscow. without any fanfare, their plane touched down at one of the city's airports. for most of those on board, including anna chapman it was a return home but for a naturalized u.s. citizen, it is likely to only be -- to be only a stop on her native peru. in exchange for their release, russia set free four prisoners, three former kgb agents and arms control researcher. the actual spy swap took place in vienna, austria. one russian analyst says even though it was a lopsided exchange of ten for four, the u.s. got the better deal. >> i think the swap was quite pragmatic for the until. we gave up -- for the united states. we gave up a spy ring here that didn't seem to do great damage to u.s. national security. in exchange we received a number of potentially high level, highly valuable russian intelligence officers. >> reporter: the f
ago that six u.s. service members have been killed in attacks today in afghanistan. our atia abawi is with us again from kabul. we heard the number six had been killed but most of these were separate incidents. >> reporter: good morning, t.j. absolutely right. another grim day here in afghanistan. six different incidents in different parts of the country proving that the fighting is widespread in this vast land. two u.s. service members were killed in southern afghanistan in separate ied strikes. that's roadside mines. one was also killed in eastern afghanistan by the same tactic. three others were also killed in eastern afghanistan, small arms fire, insurgent attack, as well as an accidental explosion. today, proof that the summer is intense here in afghanistan. the fighting will continue. this is a month after, just a couple of weeks after the deadliest month here in afghanistan since the war began enter 2001. 101 nato service members killed. that's the deadliest that this war has seen. many do expect that july and august may be worse. t.j.? >> it may be worse. like you mentioned
will be gone. what is your big regret? >> upon myself to the u.s. senate. -- a point myself to the u.s. senatoe. [laughter] [applause] >> the most concise answer of the day. come on. somebody follow that. come on. you are not shy. >> i think -- i wish i would have found asking for funding higher education -- a dedicated program for funding higher education. in deep recessions, it is a very vulnerable area. it is not caseload driven. we spend 97% of our budget on five areas. the two areas that are not totally case-load driven are more vulnerable. they take such a hit. it is very counterproductive to economic development in the long run. a short-term recession has turned into something longer than what people thought it would be. we need some systematic in our state to make sure that we adequately fund higher education. >> governor beebe? go now. >> i did not want to follow patterson -- paterson. the one thing i regret -- hopefully we will finish this, given the opportunity. we did not completely remove the sales tax -- we were one of this -- the states that tax boost to the highest percentage. t
them to one of the new york airports to be transported to moscow. >> as the u.s. strikes a deal with the former enemy, it mends fences with an old friend. >> the bond between israel and the united states is unbreakable. >> the bond between the united states and israel is unbreakable. >> while on the domestic front, republicans and democrats look for a little mojo. with the president on the campaign trail -- >> hello, nevada, hello kansas city! >> carnahan wants to move forward. missouri wants to move forward. that's the choice in this election. moving backwards or moving forwards. >> as republicans debate among themselves, who speaks for the party? >> every time something happens, you know, people say oh, step down. well, the reality is that's not happening. so stop the noise on that. >> you don't want to mess with me. >> i'm joined by pierre thomas of abc news, christi parsons of "tribune" newspapers, john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times," and john dickerson of "slate" magazine and cbs news.>> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens. live fr
the better deal as we learn tonight about what the u.s. spies were looking for. >>> "world news" returns to haiti. do you remember all that wasted water? tonight here, we continue our trip back. >>> mel's meltdown, new hate being heard for the first time. >>> and the new twist tonight on that dance move turning 50. what we never knew about how it changed the way men and women would dance together forever. >>> good evening on this saturday night. the cap on that well in the gulf has been removed tonight and the oil is gushing freely again into the gulf of mexico. all part of an ambitious but risky operation by bp to replace the cap with a new one that they hope will capture all of the oil. it is a gamble and we're first told it could be completed this weekend. but bp now cautions that it could stretch for days. abc's steve osunsami is in louisiana tonight. steve? >> reporter: good evening, david. there's no question that today's work in the gulf is a risky move for bp. today, under clear skies and calm seas, bp engineers removed the cap that they struggled to put in place last month over
right. steve, thank you. >>> we now want to urn to the u.s./russian spy swap. the white house says it was actually in the works two weeks before the russian sleeper agents were arrested here. now, the former spies are starting their new lives. we have two reports from two continents this morning. we're going to begin with alex marquardt in moscow. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. well, those ten spies from the united states, landed at moscow's main international airport late yesterday afternoon. they were quickly whisked off by authorities. and though this two-week saga is now over, the big question is what happens to them and their children? the arrival of the spies in moscow yesterday marked a new and uncertain chapter of their lives. the u.s. has seized their assets. and they will rely on russia and family to start their lives. anna chapman, perhaps the most famous of the ten, has said to want to move to london. a family member has said her family has left the moscow apartment and is hiding from reporters in the countryside. >> the difficult part for some o
sponsored by wpbt >> gharib: good evening, everyone. a four-day winning streak on wall street. the major u.s. stock indexes posted their best week in nearly a year. you know, tom, investors have been snapping up stocks ohopes they'll be getting some good news and it starts next week. >> hudson: you can see the optimistic mood change when you look at the numbers. all three major indices gained 5% over the past week. the dow up 60 points today, the nasdaq adding 21 and the s&p 500 rising 7.5. today's gains did come on lower volume ahead of the weekend. the nyse is down over a billion shares and the nasdaq off the two billion share pace. >> gharib: the one concern is the economy, including the weak housing market. that housing weakness comes even though the 30-year fixed rate mortgage is now at the lowest level in 50 years. it's averaging just over 4.5% nationwide. erika miller explains why it's not doing much to help the markets. >> reporter: with mortgage rates at rock bottom levels you'd expect a surge. but not so, says marc kunnen who blames the tougher standards. >> the higher credit score
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.a.t.o. is confirming that six u.s. service members have been killed in separate attacks in afghanistan today. n.a.t.o. saying two service members died in attacks in the eastern part of the country. the other four were killed in a volatile southern region. their deaths are adding to the escalating violence as taliban militants pushed back against stepped up operations by coalition and afghan forces. a new attempt to cap the oil leak in the gulf of mexico. today, engineers will continue removing the containment cap over the broken well and try to fit a tighter cap over the leak using undersea robots. if the new cap works the government says the gusher could be completely contained as early as monday. i'm jamie colby, back to bulls and bears right now only on fox. >> the fed's suit so stop arizona's illegal immigration law will slam the brakes on job creation in the u.s. that's what todd is warning, todd, what do you think? >> listen, i'll tell you two numbers brenda that people don't usually talk about. 6.8 million illegal aliens in the united states the end of 2009. the latest jobs report showed
of afghanistan. 6:00 u.s. service members have been killed in afghanistan today. our tia abawi is live in kabul afghanistan. good morning to you. when we first heard this number six had been killed on the same day. a lot of us made the assumption there was one battle and one strike they were all killed in. the interesting thing here, these were all for the most part separate attacks. >> absolutely, t.j. it is another grim reminder of what's going on in afghanistan. the fighting is going on throughout the country. we got word that two u.s. service members -- at first, we just knew they were service members. were killed in two separate i.e.d. strikes in southern afghanistan. we got word of four more casualties later confirmed to be u.s. service members in the eastern part of the country in different attacks, one by small firearms fire. one by an insurgent attack in the east. one by an i.e.d. strike in the northeast. one by another accidental explosion. another grim reminder about what is going on in afghanistan. we had the highest isep death toll with 101 members killed. >>> it comes at a time wh
at the stories making headlines today. first, the u.s. justice department confirming the well publicized swap of u.s. and russian espionage agents have been completed. it happened yesterday afternoon in i havienna, austria. the russians get six spies for them top four nationals working for western intelligent agencies. >>> also, a brutal story out of brazil. a soccer player, a soccer star, named by police in the disappearance and murder of a woman said to be his former girlfriend. he is refusing to answer questions right now, according to police. his name is bruno and he is one of seven people arrested in the case. some of the details, accuse of killing this woman and feeding her dismembered p eed body to d. more detail on this story ahead. >>> also, we are following thursday's heavy rains and flash flooding in oklahoma city. take a look at the pictures here. new threat today. more storms are possible in that region. state of emergency has been declared in 63 oklahoma counties after several days of heavy rain. kate? >>> it's really hard to believe but we are almost three months into the gulf
they in the u.s. illegally this is the 7th lawsuit filed against arizona law since it was passed. >> julie kurtz live in washington, thanks so much. >>> very tense moments and it happened this week in nevada. two small aircraft violated the president's air space. you know what happens when that happens. the first incident friday morning after 7:00 local time. norad scrambling two f-16's to intercept a cessna 210. those jets escorting that plane to north las vegas airport. a half hour later a expect plane. president obama was in vegas, stumping for senate majority leader harry reid also making a speech there on the economy. >>> speaking of which, major war of words shaping up in the nevada senate battle between majority leader harry reid hand tea party favorite sharron angle the republican candidate. saying many of angle's stances are too extreme. angle hitting back calling reid a desperate man trying to hit girl. those were her words. angle has lost some steam in the polls since winning the gop primary. does harry reid have a point about her ability to appeal to mainstream voters? joining me mar
-737-0001. for independents, 202-628-0205. if you are calling from outside of the u.s., 202-628-0184. today would be the data use the internet if you have called within the last 30 days. that address, journal@c- you can also send us a message through we will keep up-to-date with those throughout the program. this is the story we are referring to on the front page of "the new york times," business section. "government that business spending is a contentious issue right now in washington. the funds in the stimulus package for extending high-speed internet access is just beginning to be spent and the beneficiaries could not be happier. the types of internet activities that most americans take for granted are out of the reach of millions of homes across the united states. these people either have outmoded, dial-up internet service or have no affordable internet service. sometimes the nearest high speed internet connection is that all local library, 10 miles away. the program is a guest -- intended to extend the broadband service to what is known as the middle mile, which can conne
30 most industrialize nations, the u.s. ranks 15th in reading, 21st in science and 25th in math. >> american spends $543 billion annually on public schools. given that level of expenditure, why don't we get better results? welcome, chris. thank you for filling in for the vacationing pat. >> teachers are stuck. you have labor unions that make their jobs about job security and not about performance. it keeps them from being professionals. and then you have parents that demand that the children be treated like principles princesses and princes. so i think that's why it is not better. >>i want to point out that first of all, we're almost alone in the world where we attempt to educate all children. and our public schools have now more first generation kids, more poor kids and more minority kids and they historically don't do as well. we typically blame the kids that they came out of poor environment. but now we're learning that effective teachers can make a difference and there's a charter school movement that is bloom in this country and you have the company ip school cans and citiz
bandit. they believe the american teenager fled the u.s. in a stolen plane and crash landed in the bahamas. he took off on foot. >> now police believe he is on the move again and this time he may have stolen a boat. >> and talk about taking riofx. is this on your weekend list of activities? we'll go running with the bulls in pamplona, spain, but remember these guys? two buddies that couldn't stand from being apart. an update on the goats. >> juliet: up to august, that is how long it could be before the oil is contained, according to bp. they are working a mile below the surface fit ago loose lid cap and replace witness a tighter one. that could take up to a week. rule right now oil spews into the gulf. thad april allen is stressing to contain the gusher and not stop it. best idea of containment is weeks away. previous solutions for addressing the leak have been dangled before our eyes only to fall well short of expeculiar tiagsz. this situation will get worse before it gets better. jonathan is live on grand isle with more. >> reporter: bp says 400 skimmers are stationed arou
. >>> the ten russian agents expelled from the u.s. in the biggest spy swap since the cold war arrived back in moscow to just little fanfare. no national tv channels carried the live coverage of the plane's landing and russian state news media reported their arrival with little of the usual patriotic spin. one newspaper focussed more on the convicted russian spies that were sent west. another newspaper instead led the coverage today with an octopus and a parakeet predicting world cup victories. what about the children of the spies? one of them won't be following his parents overseas. there has been a lot of viewer comment on that. you can log on and learn more about this on the fox news website at illegal workers toiling away on factory and farms are becoming the target of a new obama administration strategy. you can call it "silent raids." the feds are scouring the company records to find out who is legal and who is not. julie kirtz is live in washington with the story. >> hey, brian. essentially the obama administration is going with a quieter strate
on the spending side and have big deficits going into a financial crisis which has positioned the u.s. so well? >> i guess my view is we've just had this experiment in spending stimulus. the biggest experiment in american history with $800 billion spent. and it was that we all now know that it has been a failure. it didn't create jobs. >> that's completely untrue. we don't know that at all. it didn't create -- it wasn't big enough to -- it wasn't big enough to end the recession, but we don't know the -- imagine had we not had that stimulus, don't you think the which i would be even worse? >> no i think we'd be much better off today if we hadn't done the spending. all we've got this exchange -- >> seriously? >> yeah, the spending just created a much larger gap and it's basically i think made businesses in a hungered down environment. we know what worked. if you look at the book that i wrote,ered down environment. we know what worked. if you look at the book that i wrote,kered down environment. we know what worked. if you look at the book that i wrote, the history shows when we cut tax rates tha
's -- one man is in the center of it all. a high ranking kgb officer flew to the u.s. after spending a decade in a russian prison. he owned a home in cockeysville. >> reporter: good morning, some in this neighborhood knew they had a former kgb colonel living next door and as this spy story unfolded, they hoped to hear his name as a prisoner released friday. >> reporter: a plane lands friday night and bringing home two russian prisoners convicted of spying on russia for the u.s.. this man is now coming back to the cockeysville neighborhood. >> i consider him to be an american hero more than a spy so to speak. >> reporter: many neighbors know the story of about how robert hanson leaked information for more than 20 years until he was caught. the russian government said he provided his name. >> this cost american's lives. >> reporter: a total of four prisoners have been swapped for ten russian spies and that u.s. abouts arrested. this swap happened yesterday. >> in a political sense, it's a win/win. the united states did really, really well here. >> reporter: the move to the -- they move
to arms dealing and everything and u.s. officials saying hey, we got a touchdown on this. >> what's also interesting is it turns out that the white house knew about this. at least 16 days before the arrest, the president and his top officials were briefed on all of this and curiously, it was also many days before the russian president was coming to visit which would have been awkward had all this gone down at that moment. >> yeah. >> so yeah. >> that's from the one we showed you there, the hot red head that everybody has been so fascinated with. joe biden, the vice president was asked about her returning to russia last night on jay leno. here's what he had to say. >> now, this russian woman here. let me ask you something. and you would know this, mr. vice president. do we have any spies that hot? >> let me make it clear, it wasn't my idea to send her back. >> yeah, and you look at our poor spies like these grizzled old spies, funny and well played. >> in the meantime, more headlines for you and start with the fox news alert. we are following some violence in afghanistan this morning
to an end. the russians accused of spying for the u.s. and britain are on american soil tonight. and members of the russian spy ring are back many moscow. good evening, i'm doreen gentzler. that's in just a moment. first, breaking news. d.c. police are investigating a shooting where a child was shot. it happened in the 4900 block of mead street in northeast d.c. dorothy spencer is live at the scene with more on what happened. dorothy? >> reporter: good evening, doreen. i was just able to speak to the grandfather of this little girl just a few minutes ago. he says that she's 11 years old and that she was inside this house here behind me in the 4900 block of mead street northeast this evening with a bunch of other kids. they were inside the house playing a wii game when at least one bullet came into the house either through a window or a wall and struck this little girl on the hand. now, she was taken to an area hospital. obviously, with an injury but that was not life threatening. she was shot in the hand. he described it as a graze wound. but she is currently at the hospital at this hour bei
of june, which we reported showed that record 103 u.s. fatalities. u.s. commanders continue to warn that casualties are going to get worse because coalition forces are now taking the fight to the taliban and al qaeda in kandahar province, their backyard. u.s. commanders are saying they are hurting the enemy, having killed or captured hundreds of insurgents in a series of nighttime raids over the past couple of weeks. some of these raids have certainly backfired. today hundreds of afghans took to the streets in the northern city, protesting what some u.s. officials are calling the unintentional deaths of afghan security guards during a joint raid. the goal of the surge is to bring trust and confidence to the afghan people through better security. increasingly, that's looking like it's having the opposite effect. >> jim meceda in afghanistan. >>> president obama promised new help today to veterans of began dpan and all other wars. he announced plans to make it easier for or men and women in uniform to qualify for benefits if they suffer what is known as post traumatic stress disorder.
. there will be an immediate appeal to the u.s. court of appeals in san francisco that will also be unsuccessful. bottom line, this law will never go into effect. never. >> wow. all this, richard, while the governor jan brewer is getting incredible support by way of financial support in the defense fund to go up against the federal government. >> not only jan brewer, but the citizens of the united states, so many are supporting the legislation that was enacted in arizona. however, if you don't think this is big time politics, fred, president obama has said i didn't make the decision. i left it up to attorney general holder to make this decision here. listen, the government brought a strict legal challenge here. they didn't challenge any of the aspects of the bill itself. all they said was the states cannot enact legislation which is adverse or has anything to do with federal laws. that's the supremacy causes. it's contusion 101. that's a very good and strategic legal argument. the government is probably going to win this case, fred, but it's not based on the grounds of the statute itself because those ground
foundation, good morning. >> good morning. >> as part of this swap, four people convicted of spying for the u.s. were sprung from russian jails. what happens for them? >> we understand two are in britain. they'll be debriefed and time for them to perhaps meet with family members if those family members were able to leave, talk to intelligence officials what they went through. just getting used to being outside of internment in russia will be a big change for him. there will be a whole cast of individuals to meet their needs. also, they'll want to talk about their experiences as well. that is probably hoping both sides of the atlantic as we speak. >> these people were in jail far longer than the ten days. what about these guys when they get back? do they just blend into the u.s. society? or in the london, do they blend in over there? are their days as spies done? >> one of gentleman is quite elderly, so i don't think so. one of the reasons, released for medical conditions as well. terrible conditions in russia. so the medical needs will have to be met. i think they'll live very low-key lives and
the workers may be fired they are not deported. so sometimes they stay in the u.s. and purchase new false documents. since obama took office, immigration and customs enforcement have gotten the files of 3,000 companies and issued $6.4 million in fines on firms that hire illegal immigrants. these numbers came out today. the new focus on prosecuting and finding employers in this county but not deporting workers comes to light as president obama delivered his speech earlier this month on immigration reform promising toughen force. at the workplace and at the border and as the battle rages on including a lawsuit against arizona as well as the lawsuit filed on friday. >> gregg: the immigration debate is being felt at the national governor's association meeting. opponents of the new law protesting appearance by the arizona governor herself, jan brewer. the chairman of the national governor's association jim douglas will join us in a few minutes from now. meanwhile, the president says american veterans need our help to assist the men and women that serve in the military with postwar injuries. in
for u.s. troops and coalition forces in afghanistan. six u.s. service members are among nine people killed today in several incidents. two u.s. troops died in bombings in southern afghanistan, two more were killed in bomb attacks in the eastern part of the country. one died in small arms fire and another died in an accidental explosion. today's news follows a deadly trend, june was the deadliest month for international and american forces in afghanistan, sadly. and straight ahead here on cnn -- >> i don't think our troops on the battlefield should have to keep notes just in case they need to apply for a claim. >> taking care of our wounded warriors, president barack obama announces changes to ensure our men and women in uniform get the care they need once they are home. >>> also, a cnn exclusive, we're diving under the oil in the gulf of mexico to show you what the disaster is doing to marine life. it is extraordinary. you want to look at this video, see the story coming up. don't just sit there. we seriously want you to be part of the conversation, part of the show. so you can foll
. that's next. >>> six u.s. service members were killed in afghanistan today. one died in an accidental explosion. one was killed by small arms fire. two died in bombings in eastern afghanistan and two others were killed by bombings in the south. this summer has been a bloody one for coalition forces. june was the deadliest month of the war for all nato and american soldiers. >>> a former police officer convicted of killing an unarmed man in oakland apologized. a light sentence expected for mehserle. in a letter dated july 47b8g, mehserle said he'll live foreenvironment we are the memory of oscar grant screaming after he was shot. the jury found him guilty of involuntary manslaughter which carries a usual maximum stents of four years. sentencing is set for august 6th. >>> south carolina democratic senate candidate alvin green has cleared a potential legal hurdle. investigators have wrapped up their investigation into how greene could afford the $10,000 entry fee for the democratic primary when he had previously told a court he couldn't afford a lawyer. well the state decided not to file
to be in the military. >> reporter: c.a.p. is affiliated with the u.s. air force and is open to young people age 12 all the way up to 21. >> i've been in civil air patrol for about a month, and i joined because when i get older i'm interested in joining the navy and it's just something that i enjoy doing. >> reporter: in 1941, world war ii had been raging for two years, but the u.s. was still on the sidelines. the civil air patrol was started just a few days before the japanese attacked pearl harbor. during the war c.a.p. helped guard our borders, even sinking some german submarines. since then, c.a.p. has turned to more peaceful purposes. >> basically, it has three missions. aerospace education, emergency services and cadet programs. >> reporter: for example, during hurricane katrina, c.a.p. helped with disaster relief, flying in badly needed supplies and water. >> of all the things i've gotten to do in civil air patrol, the most memorable would probably be my very first flight because before that, to tell you the truth, i was afraid of going in airplanes. but my first flight changed that. >> i've bee
: and while the debt crisis is absorbing the eurozone and the u.s. is overhauling its financial reform bill, kazakhstan is looking back on an orderly bank restructuring programme. >>the conference highlighted the fact that kazakhstan's survival and revival post crisis, is very relevant to the ongoing reorganization of u.s. and european banks. >>marcia favale tarter is the international advisor to the prime minister responsible for the bank restructuring. she says the success is due to its homegrown strategy of burden sharing... devised internally by kazakhstan. >>tarter: a key decision in having a burden-sharing approach was exactly not to burden the sovereign with additional debt. and because we were not out there raising money in inopportune times, the government was able to then completely participate in the recovery of the commodity cycle and we've seen that in the gdp growth of the country. >>reporter: this successful restructuring... where the investors become partners by providing them tools to recoup their losses... led some delegates to suggest it as a case study for debt burdened
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. >> we thought we had gone past this, but this is the u.s. >> earlier today, the vienna- austria, airport turnover 10 confessed russian spies. >> you come to america to spy on america in america, you'll be exposed and arrested. >> what happens to the russian spies children is not clear. we know that an alleged couple from cambridge, mass., have they 20-year-old son who attends george washington university. meanwhile, this man, seen it in this youtube clip, is the son of a confessed russian spy, the only child not to travel to russia with his parents yesterday. his half brother says he will likely stay in new york city and finish high school and denied the accusations that his parents are spies. >> the only russian thing that he likes it is about the. -- is vodka. >> one of the russian researchers was serving a 14- year sentence in russia and now claims he is innocent. john gonzalez, abc 7 news. >>> the white house says there were no long, drawn-out negotiations for the spy swap. because the cia knew of the four russians they wanted freed. >>> we are on storm watch tonight. after days of r
, on to afghanistan now, six u.s. service members were killed today in eastern areas of the country. cnn has more from kabul, afghanistan. >> reporter: six service members were killed in afghanistan saturday. all confirmed to be american. two were killed in the south of the country in two separate ied attacks. explosive devices that have proven to be the number one killer of nato service members. the other four with in eastern afghanistan in separate instances. one by ied, one insurgent, one by small arms and one by an accidental explosion. this follows the deadliest month for nato since the war began. in june, we saw 101 nato service members lose their lives in afghanistan. this was not expected. when barack obama announced a surge strategy, the then top nato commander said that it would result in more casualties at first while trying to protect civilian lives and trying to regain the trust of the afghan people. as they gain ground and gain the momentum back in afghanistan, those deaths would fall. now, we are seeing what was grimly predicted last year. cnn, kabul. >>> a major change at the v.a. coul
, most well knownn returns tt russia and unlikely to ever step food foot on u.s. soil again. >> under the agreement hat she signed, she ccn only come back to the u.s. after direct authorrzation by the u.s. government. it is highly uulikely they ould %->> most high profile prisoner released is ttis man. nuclear scieetist convicted of spyinging in jail since 1999 and mmintaineddhis innocense until %->> he fflt he hhd no choice bt to sign an official document where he actually admitted hhs guilty. and that was in exchange for his freedom. >> we don't kkow where he is and it is unclear if mos cow received sensitive information from the embedded spice. but one thing is clear, both governments wanted a quick resolution to the situation in order not to disrupt improving ties betteen the two countries. in new york, david lee miller, foo news. >> one of the spice turned over by russsa may be going to cockeys vil. top kgbblived here with his family until the arrest in 0013 he was convicttd of spying for thh u.s. during a secret trial in russia sentenced to 18 years in prison. %-his son still
, alexander zaporozhsky. neighbors never saw him, but they knew years ago he may have head the u.s. root out russian spice in america. >> earlier in the week when they were discussing the potential exchange, my husband and i said wouldn't it be great if max's dad came home. >> cal lone cavanaugh lives next door. alexander zaporozhsky's son, who lives in his dad's home. >> i'm so happy for my neighbors to get their dad back and i'm happy for alexander to be coming home, i guess. this is going to be soon, i hope. >> zaporozhsky had been a high-level k.b.g. agent. he was linked to exposing robert hanson and a c.i.a. official. he is one of four russian secret agents swapped for 10 people arrested in the u.s. accused of being sleeper agents. they were to testify in a new york courtroom. instead, they pleaded guilty, sentenced to time served and were deported. >> we wanted to make sure that we did this as quickly as we could so we didn't have any kind of ongoing negative impact between the good relationships that are developing between the united states and russia. >> zaporozhsky retired from the
who returned to the u.s. this evening, call ution. the two men were -- us. the two men were part of the biggest spy with russia in the last 25 years and gary nurenberg was there when they touched down in dulles at about 5:30. >> reporter: the airplane that landed at dulles had taken ten russian spies to an airport car mack in austria parked behind a russian plane carrying four accused in the west. it arrived in washington believed to be carrying the two spies. they helped the united states identify russian spies robert hanson and the fbi and aims in the cia. >> in a political sense this is a win-win for both sides. from an intelligence perspective, i think the u.s. did really well. >> reporter: the author of a book about russian espionage says there is no end of spying. >> there is probably more russian espionage in the united states and more in russian that there was in the cold war simply because it's much easier. >> reporter: so the kind of spy swaps we saw today and thought were a part of the cold war past could be part of the future. >> thank you, gary. >>> metropolitan poli
of stabbing his girlfriend and still have a job as a u.s. senator? you can if that senator is david vitter. host: could switching to geico really save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance? host: was abe lincoln honest? mary todd: does this dress make my backside look big? abe: perhaps a... vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> republican senator david vitter of louisiana is running for re-election this year. without any primary challengers he was going to sail through to the general election in november. the deadline for qualification in the republican primary was today. it seemed as though mr. vitter was in the clear but then when the secretary of state's office opened its doors this morning, 16 people qualified to challenge david vitter. 16. that's a baker's dozen plus three. they include a prominent political figure and a former louisiana supreme court justice chet taylor. and an orthopedic surgeon who has run for public office twice before. so why? why would 16 different republicans think they have a chance against the incumbent
. those three were planning multiple plots. that's the reminder, al qaeda central still aspires. >>> the u.s. says a naturalized u.s. citizen personally directed the failed blot and we've been looking for the guy since 9/11. a, why can't we find him, and b, is this guy the success are to bin laden? >> why can't we find bin laden? it's the same problem, right? there are a group of inner core leadership people that they are very difficult to find. some of whom we've been success if in identifying and killed through predator strikes. an american citizen, someone that the united states has been after for some time now has been elevated within the al qaeda infrastructure because we've been successful at killing the higher people. it speaks to the problem we have with the inner core, even though it's shrinking, still hiding in a mountainous area. unless we get good intelligence and get lucky, they survive. >> what do we know about him? how bad a guy is he? >> very bad now. he has risen up as i said because others have been eliminated. because he's an american -- like people like adam ghadan, what
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